FirstNews Briefs: Huawei, Sierra Wireless, Philips, iHealth, Telit
Huawei today made the Huawei Ascend Mate 4G LTE available for pre-order in the U.S., exclusively through the company's new ecommerce site, GetHuawei.com. The unlocked version costs $299.
Sierra Wireless today announced that Philips CityTouch has selected Sierra Wireless AirPrime embedded wireless modules to provide connectivity for the new CityTouch LightWave remote lighting management system. Philips CityTouch chose Sierra Wireless AirPrime modules for the CityTouch LightWave system based on the level of global support Sierra Wireless is able to provide, as well as its migration path from 2G to 4G technologies.
iHealth Lab Inc. announced the launch of the iHealth Align, an FDA-approved mobile blood glucose monitor. The meter plugs directly into a smartphone and displays and stores readings using the iHealth Gluco-Smart app. By displaying readings directly on the phone screen, iHealth was able to shrink the device size to just slightly larger than the circumference of a quarter.
Telit Wireless Solutions, a provider of M2M solutions, products and services, today announced that long-time, exclusive client GateTel has added m2mAIR Mobile connectivity and value-added services to its offering of xE910 module-based terminals and gateways.